AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands, September 29, 2020 – Luscii healthtech, a leading Dutch technology company providing telemonitoring solutions for patients and clinicians, today announced that it has been accepted as a supplier on the latest version of the UK government’s public sector cloud procurement framework, G-cloud 12.
As of today, Luscii healthtech will be available on Lot 2, cloud software. Operated by the Crown Commercial Services (CCS), the framework encourages the adoption of cloud-based IT-services across the public sector.
“We are very pleased to be awarded the G-cloud 12 certification for the first time. To be listed on the UK government’s market place is a great step forward, driving our mission of supporting digital transformation in the NHS”, according to Rob Brougham, Managing Director UK.
Luscii healthtech, founded in the Netherlands by dr. Daan Dohmen, has over 50% of Dutch hospitals working with the Luscii app. Luscii is a digital platform that hospitals can use to monitor patients at home via telemonitoring. The aim is to prevent emergency admissions and reduce unnecessary outpatient visits. Luscii is now active in 6 countries, has secured worldwide partnerships with Apple and Omron, and has already accomplished over a million virtual care moments.
The UK is a strategic market for Luscii to expand their market presence in Europe. Several NHS organisations are already working with Luscii to provide patients care at home, among them Sunderland and Herefordshire & Worcestershire. Read more about Luscii in the UK or watch this video about how Luscii supports COPD patients in Sunderland.